Going on This Morning guarantees you a massive audience and the chance to really get your story out there. At Sell Your Story Uk we specialise in sending interviewees to ITV This Morning. So how can you get on the show?
Do you have any of these real-life stories? If so contact us using the form to the right of this page to see how much money your story could be worth! And you and your story could be featured in a magazine, newspaper or on national TV… Pet stories! Spent thousands on your new puppy? […]
How long does it take for a story to appear in a newspaper or magazine? When selling a story to a newspaper or magazine, the vast majority of people assume it will instantly appear. Some people ringing for advice even imagine if they have a quick chat on the phone about their story that it […]
Which real-life stories do magazines, newspapers and television like the best? A selection of some of the most sought after… Cheating and infidelity If your husband ran off with the bridesmaid, your best friend or your mum then you have definitely got a story to sell! Discovered the one you love is a bigamist? You […]
Rule number one! Don’t go directly to any publication! A magazine or newspaper might offer you money for your story but you won’t know if their offer is a good one or not … or the best. There is also no guarantee your story will appear as you want it to or that you will be paid – if anything goes wrong you are on your own against a big national publication…
Earlier this year mum Cheryl Houghton, 30, came to me to about her bizarre phobia – she couldn’t bear the sound of other people eating.
The phobia was so severe that Cheryl, who has a baby daughter, was forced to wear headphones and listen to an iPod at mealtimes. It was also affecting her every day life – if she was shopping and heard someone crunching an apple or crisps, she would feel so anxious she had to leave the store. Meeting a friend for lunch was impossible and going to the cinema out of the question.
Cheryl’s story appeared in The Sun newspaper. But recently I was approached by a producer at ITV Daybreak who had seen her story on this site. And Daybreak believed they knew some people who could help.
Another year and yet another claim that X Factor is fixed. This time the controversy centres around finalist Amelia Lily whose ‘winning single’ was uploaded to the HMV website – before the final takes place at the weekend. It’s far from the first time X Factor has been embroiled in a ‘was it fixed’ row. But does it matter who wins? There have been countless stories of X Factor winners sinking into obscurity. Indeed last year’s winner Matt Cardle’s album has failed to be as popular as hoped while runners-up One Direction have become huge stars.